Grateful Dead Live at Starlight Theater on 1985-09-03
Oade Master -- 9-3-85 was 90 degree X-Y CMC441 + CMC42s (spaced 10') ->
Oade mixer->Oade mod PCM-F1 first row behind board > ? (no digital processing performed) >
Audio CDR from Doug Oade; via Darrin Sacks
Subject: Crypticals in 85 and this show versus the summer
Subject: Great AUD
Subject: First Cryptical Suite...no!!
Cryptical-->TOO-->Cryptical before drums. All together in one suite. The rest of the Cryptical's they either didn't finish the suite or finsished it later, until this show. This was the 2nd time the "suite" was played this year, not the first...go look it up. Bburns you ARE wrong...look it up. It was the whole That's It For The Other One Suite on 6-16-85, not just Cryptical--> The Other One. I was there and I could never forget it. This was the last time they played the suite this way, but not the first, that was 6-16-85, go check it out.
I was @ Greeks '85, have listened to this rendition and Greeks Cryptical each on several occassions. @ the Greeks they DEFINTELY play Cryptical > Other 1 > Cryptical... And, it was Waaay better than Starlight.
Also, regardless of how good Starlight '85 was, has anyone cared to look at the time sequence. The Dead played a VERY short show, even by '85 standards. This show sounds like they really wanted to end the tour and go home.
Subject: Re: Cryptical>TO1>Cryptical
RE: the elitist, what-could-possibly-be-any-good-post-'78 goober - Feh. There's no accounting for taste, and thank the Good Lord for it, too! Pax2u, fella.
That said, this show was a pretty good one (especially to actually have attended). And it was a good one by anyone's standards.
Great show. Did not attend, but remember getting the setlists from friends who said it was pretty damn good. I won't rate the show b/c I was not there. But it is another stellar show from 1985 to listen to on the tape deck or computer.
Subject: Great Night
What's the difference between whole items:
64mp3 ZIP 64mb
VBR ZIP 200mb
Subject: They Love Each Other is Really Inspired!!
htis was the best venue for a dead show it reminded me of the frost or bezerkley what a great set they rocked and the heads were as high as yhey could get.
What a BLAST we had at this show. I think Jerry was not happy with the results of Cryptacal, also, he walked off stage during Brent's "Idon't need love and I don't need you"
eithere he was jonsin' for another hit off the dragon, or he just did not like the measage of the song. I think this was the last real good year the Dead had, and before touch f grey took off and brought all the wanna-be's to the shows. You could still get a ticket the day of the show, and they still played small venues like this on. Maybe $7-10,000 people were here. It was a blast!
Scott golin, email me!!!!
Subject: One of Starlight's Finest Hours
Subject: oh my god!
Subject: killer pull
Subject: Good show
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